Excellent Matthew resources:
The Sermon on the Mount Paperback – October 1, 2011
by R. T. Kendall
Great teaching by seasoned pastor and well known teacher. I am really learning more about following Jesus from this book. Highly recommend it. Verse by verse. Good devotional reading.
The Gospel of Matthew (The New International Commentary on the New Testament) Hardcover – July 27, 2007
by R. T. France
An in-depth commentary from respected scholar R T France. Some useful information and many good extra scriptures. A big book! Sometimes a little long.
Matthew: An Introduction and Commentary (Tyndale New Testament Commentaries) Paperback – July 6, 2008
by R. T. France
A smaller, more condensed version of the Full Commentary. This is easy to read and helps pull key aspects out of the scriptures for further study and notes.
The Bible Project – Part 1 of 2 – Read Scripture: Matthew Ch. 1-13 (8:15 mins)
Really good framework of the key elements of Matthew, Part 1
The Bible Project – Part 2 of 2 – Read Scripture: Matthew Ch. 14-28 (7 mins)
Really good framework of the key elements of Matthew, Part 2
Sermons and Lectures on Matthew
Pastor Chuck Smith of Calvary Chapel, The Gospel of Matthew (16 Sermons)
Pastor Smith walks through the whole book of Matthew. Smith is always approachable, real and interesting.
40 Matthew 1-4 – Pastor Chuck Smith – C2000 Series (1 hr 40 mins)
Dr. Craig Keener, The Gospel of Matthew (19 Lectures)
This set of lectures are from an academic. Dr. Keener does a super job giving eye witness accounts of miracles (lecture 2 and 3). His teaching is thorough and interesting.
Dr. Craig Keener, Matthew, Lecture 1, Reliability of the Gospels (1 hr 7 mins)
The book of Matthew by David Pawson (1990s) (40 mins)
David Pawson is a well known bible teacher and he does a great job teaching. Some sharp teaching. A knowledgeable teacher.